Offered for sale by the California Automobile Museum. This 1957 Studebaker Golden Hawk is one of only 4,356 manufactured by Studebaker for the 1957 model year and few remain today. Considered by many to be one of Studebaker's finest designs ever offered to the public, power is supplied by a Studebaker-built 289 C.I. V-8 with a belt-driven Mc Cullough (Paxton) supercharger. Rated at 275 horsepower, this car is fast enough to out accelerate a 1957 Chevrolet Corvette in 0-60 times as well as the quarter mile. Equipment includes air conditioning, an automatic transmission, AM radio, wide whitewall tires, the twin-traction differential, and is finished in the rarely seen Copper exterior color. Don’t miss your chance to own this rare and desirable Golden Hawk! Contact California Automobile Museum vehicle sales at 916-701-3222 for more information.
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